The Council has been working hard over recent years to help protect our pollinators, such as bees and butterflies.
29 members voted, 24 in favour, with three against, and six abstentions
Council workers, education and housing executive workers announce first week of strike action for pay justice.
“We’re not doing nearly enough to rattle the cages in Stormont.”
PLANS are in motion to create a caravan park at the historic Necarne Estate in Irvinestown. Two years ago the Council approved a 99-year lease to Gardrum Holdings Ltd for the development of the 230-acre estate, home to Castle Irvine, as a potential holiday retreat. The plans put forward at the time centred on preserving and enhancing the […]
“We need to secure intervention and support from the statutory agencies which have a duty of care for those whom we identify as being in need.”
Cllr Sean Donnelly passed away last week following a short illness.
There had been some fear the iconic building may have needed to be demolished.
Several local areas are currently at capacity for waste water treatment.
THE family of the late Michael Leonard who was shot dead by members of the RUC on May 17, 1973, have welcomed support from Fermanagh and Omagh District Council after a motion was passed for a new inquest to be held into the killing of the 24-year-old. Cllr Siobhán Currie who initially brought the motion […]